Miles Storey says that the Partick Thistle fans haven’t seen anything yet since his arrival at the club from Aberdeen in the summer.

The forward got off the mark with a crucial last-gasp goal against Dundee to give Thistle their first win of the season, and followed that up with a stunning solo effort to get the only goal of the game against St Johnstone a week later.

But despite his upturn in form, the former Inverness striker doesn’t feel as if he has shown his best yet in the red and yellow, but he is confident that he will get there as he gets more game-time under his belt.

“I don’t feel as if I have been at my best for Thistle yet,” said Storey. “Although I’ve been more satisfied with my last few performances.

“It was massive for me to get that first goal against Dundee, although all I really did was tap it in after Dools [Kris Doolan] had done all the hard work.

“That game could be a huge moment for both myself and the team. We have played much better in other games we’ve lost this season, but Tomas Cerny saving that penalty was so important.

“The whole atmosphere changed around the ground, and you just felt that we would go on and get the win.

“We then got the draw at Hamilton, before playing much better in the St Johnstone game where we probably should have had more goals, but I was pleased with the goal I managed to score.

“I think it all came from me having that bit of confidence and self-belief after getting my first goal for the club the week before.

“I know I have the ability to do things like that, and it’s just about believing in myself when I’m out on the pitch.

“People talk about my last season at Inverness and I know I can reach that sort of level again if I have a consistent run of games.

“For me now, it’s all about maintaining that belief. There is more to come from me, and hopefully I can show the fans that in the near future.”

Storey also thinks that there is a lot more to come from the Thistle team as a whole, but particularly in forward areas, where he believes they possess a wealth of talent.

“I think it may just take a little bit of time to click fully, but I’m certain that it will, because we have real quality in the attacking areas,” he said.

“You look at the likes of Chris Erskine, Stevie Lawless, Blair Spittal and Ryan Edwards in behind, then Kris Doolan or Connor Sammon up top, and you can see the strength in depth that we have.

“Every one of those players is capable of scoring and creating goals, so I think it’s just a matter of time before it all falls into place.”

Storey is hoping to hear some good news in regard to Sunday’s game against Hearts at Tynecastle being given the green light to go ahead.

The Jambos will now be given right up until kick-off time to get a safety certificate for their new main stand, but Storey says that all the Jags camp can do is prepare as if the game is definitely on.

“The speculation around the game doesn’t affect us, we just have to think that the game will go ahead and prepare accordingly,” he said.

“It has been a good week of training so far and we have been working hard after getting a few days off.

“It was nice to get the break after what has been a difficult start to the season at times. The Rangers game before the break was obviously disappointing, and we feel as if we didn’t do ourselves justice.

“But before that we had a good run of seven points from three games, and there’s no reason why we can’t pick it up again at Tynecastle. Assuming the game goes ahead!”